With the approach of the Sinhala & Tamil New Year, leading financial organization, Siyapatha Finance PLC has announced the launch of its new island wide Fixed Deposit campaign - ‘Avurudu Ganudenu’. The campaign is scheduled to take place from the 3rd – 30th of April 2017.
Every customer making a Fixed Deposit during the campaign period will be gifted with a valuable traditional oil lamp. A customer can also enjoy attractive interest rates in the market for their fixed deposits. The campaign will extend to all Siyapatha Finance branches throughout Sri Lanka.
As the largest fully owned subsidiary of the Sampath Bank Group, Siyapatha Finance offers customers a number of services including Leasing, Hire Purchase, Business Loans, Personal Loans, Revolving Loans, Mortgage Loans, Housing Loans, Gold Loan, Factoring and Fixed Deposits.
With its network of twenty four branches spread throughout the country, at Colombo, Nugegoda, Wellawatte, Peliyagoda, Ratnapura, Avissawella, Negombo, Gampaha, Kalutara, Matara, Kandy, Katugasthota, Kurunegala, Kurunegala Metro, Anuradhapura,Kuliyapitiya, Kegalle, Nuwara-Eliya, Vavuniya, Trincomalee, Kalmunai, Sainthamarthu, Ampara and Batticaloa. Their system of service is designed in a manner that suits the needs of the customer. The organization is known for doing its utmost to ensure that their customers are provided with nothing short of the best of services. Over the past twelve years Siyapatha Finance has generously contributed to the development of a number of entrepreneurial effort as well as the fulfillment of the financial needs of individuals across the island.
Siyapatha Finance has earned a National Long Term Rating of “A-” with a negative outlook from Fitch Ratings Lanka Ltd, which is an internationally accredited rating agency. Further details on Siyapatha Finance Avurudu Ganudenu programme are available on 0772 605 605, Siyapatha Finance official FB page and www.siyapatha.lk
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